The Pictor Platform has three key components:
PictArray™ - our next generation 96 x well ELISA plate
PictImager™ - our ultra high-definition plate reader
Pictorial™ - our customisable proprietary software
Complete and customisable.
PictArray™ is our Next Generation ELISA.
Our platform utilises a 96 x well next-generation ELISA plate. Inside each ELISA well, micro-printing enables the generation of more diagnostic data from a single sample. Put simply, this means we can test for a broader range of diseases or multiple markers of a single disease in a time and cost efficent way.
MULTIPLEXING THE ELISA / HIGH SENSITIVITY/ SPECIFICITY
PictArray™ – Our multiplex enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) is available in 96 and 16 well format, and can support the printing of up to 9 different proteins within each well in a 5 x 5 matrix.
PictImager™ & PictImager+™
Imaging for accurate results.
The PictImager reader is a fit for purpose system with a special camera to take Ultra High Definition images inside of each plate well.
PROCESS 96-well MULTIPLEXES with the sciREADER CL2
Understanding PictImager and PictImager+
Housed within the anodised black finish are a set of LEDs which have been optimised to provide consistent and uniform illumination. The door has been manufactured to precision to precision to match the slide and a magnetic lathe ensures a sealed lighting environment. The CMOS camera then captures the colour intensity of test spots on the slide and exports it into Pictorial® to process and generate the test results. It has a small footprint, similar to a standard 96-Tip Pipette Box and can be powered through a standard USB port on your PC.
Processed slides are automatically analysed.
Pictorial© is the software used to analyse and report the Qualitative and Semi-quantitative results obtained from imaging the PictArray™ test slides.
Our user friendly interface provides quick acquisition of results data
The Pictorial software is customised to meet the needs of our laboratory customers and easily integrates with existing Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS). It automatically analyses the images captured from the reader and provides an exportable test report for each sample.